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Elks and Tiger-Cats meet in a team clash without victory

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Both Edmonton Elks and Hamilton Tiger-Cats aim to secure their first win of the season at their expense on Friday night when struggling teams meet in Hamilton, Ontario.

Elk finds himself in 0-3 this season after a disastrous 3-11 finish in 2021, but the start of the Tiger Cats campaign is just a few to win the Gray Cup. Given that it didn't reach, it could be frowned upon last year.

Hamilton fell to Winipeg in the clash in December and lost to the Blue Bombers again in the Gray Cup rematch last Friday. Dane Evans completed 25 of the 42 passes at 237 yards and two intercepts at Tiger Cats (0-3).

"Even if there is a loss, we are getting better," Evans said. .. .. We are starting to establish some foundations. Go back to basics. We are doing things right. We had a great week of work. We know that Edmonton is not going to give it to us. I don't expect them to do so. We have to go earn this.

Like Evans, Edmonton's Nick Arbuckle threw a CFL that co-leads six intercepts. He was elected once last Saturday as Elks lost 30-23 to state rival Calgary Stampeders and took a 10-point lead.

Emmanuel Arsenor was involved in seven receptions and touchdowns of 100 yards for Edmonton last week. The 34-year-old caught 12 out of 13 passes at 204 yards.

"Everyone jokes." Hey, are you still playing? Are you still around? According to Edmonton Sun, do you drink from the youth fountain? "?" Said Arsenor.

"But that's just work, man."

After Elk exchanged aggressive lineman Colin Kelly for Hamilton in a seven-round draft topic. , You will see a familiar face in a collision with Tiger Cats. Kelly, 32, spent part of the four seasons with Edmonton.

– Field-level media